In Case You Missed It

1) At Desiring God, Joe Rigney, Assistant Professor of Theology and Christian Worldview at Bethlehem College and Seminary, writes about the many desires or cravings beneath our sinful conflicts.

2) Over at the Gospel Project Blog, Devin Maddox, PhD student in Applied Theology at SEBTS, discusses Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s contribution to a theology of making disciples according to the Great Commission.

3) Eric Geiger looks to the business world to consider 4 leadership traits that better serve their organizations and thus the world.

4) From the Daily Signal, Ryan Anderson of the Heritage Foundation on what you need to know about gay marriage and the supreme court.

5) Earth Day was on Wednesday, so Russ Moore discussed whether or not Christians should care about it (and the earth).

 

In Case You Missed It

1) Two posts for this one. Southern Seminary president Al Mohler offered some historical reflection in light of the Supreme Court’s recent indecision on gay marriage. ERLC president Russ Moore also weighed in with some thoughts for how the church ought to respond. Both are well worth your time.

2) It’s a perplexing though powerful text. So John Piper clarified his take on Romans 7.

3) Ed Stetzer notes well that idolatry lives today, so pastors much guard and preach against it.

4) Thom Rainer offers a helpful list on seven ways the pastor’s family comes under attack.